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Strength Training and Mental Health

The Therapeutic Impact of Strength Training on Mental Health Issues Arising from Illness

I found out that I had lupus in 2015. Adding regular exercise to my life since this discovery has been life changing. Lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease, affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by inflammation in various parts of the body, including the skin, joints, and organs. Despite the challenges that come with managing lupus, research has shown that regular exercise can have numerous benefits for individuals living with this condition.

The correlation between physical activity and mental health has been a subject of extensive research in recent years. Among the various forms of physical activity, strength training, in particular, has been identified as a potent tool in managing and mitigating mental health issues that arise from illness. This ebook aims to explore the therapeutic benefits of strength training on mental health, focusing on its role in alleviating symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress, often associated with chronic illnesses.

Learn some of the science behind why we feel good when we exercise regularly.

- Coach Frances Rivera

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